As a follow-up to my last post, these are the articles that I used as a guide:
After considering my options for booting Windows and OS X from the same disk on my laptop (Dell XPS M1340), I decided to go with a pure GPT formatted disk. Installed OS X and Clover and then installed Windows in EFI mode using Clover as the bootloader. I also upgraded my disk to a...
I just installed the latest build of the Windows 10 Preview (Build 10240) and now iReboot 2.0 does not show anything when I right-click the tray icon.
Also, running iReboot 2.0 again creates a second tray icon, which does not function either.
Thanks for your reply. I agree that the linked solution only works for the narrow scope of a second hard disk with Clover & Mac OS X installed (although, I haven't tried it but you could also potentially use Grub4DOS to boot Clover from a partition on the same disk as Windows). The...
As long as Mac OS X and Clover are installed on a separate hard disk, I found that the simpler solution offered here:
This is a reply to my own post above. I found that the solution at:
worked for me.
Every time I select a new operating system to boot, iReboot 2.0 crashes with an unhandled exception in the Microsoft .NET Framework. The text of the message is:
"Unhandled exception has occurred in your application. If you click continue, etc."
I am currently using EasyBCD 2.2 to boot Windows 8.1/Windows 7 (on one drive) and Windows Vista/Ubuntu Linux (on another drive) and everything works perfectly (thanks!).
I have installed the Clover bootloader on a separate drive and am able to boot it by selecting the boot device at startup...